Penn State Econ major~Scholar of Behavioral Finance & 30yr mkt trader~Proponent of the notion that psychology & emotion recurrently contest the efficient market hypothesis*DISCLAIMER:NEVER trade any security based on my opinions~Live Life~Smile Often
Ex ad exec, wrote award winning TV commercials for major agencies NYC, TV scripts in LA. working on a book, & Bartok (piano repertoire).A devout retronaut & happily un-cell phoned.
Mostly a position trader . My posts are NOT stock recommendations.
Pro. use technical analysis to look for stocks w/ short-term price momentum. Not interested in fundamental or intrinsic value of stocks, but rather in their trends and patterns.
*Note: In this Economy-.
Point and Figure chartist in progress. I provide a different analysis that the rest of the peeps here. It just a different way of seeing charts.
There are stupid questions, and stupid people to which I will not reply back $-)
Two stocks with charts showing their candles, 4 ma's, 2 trendlines. That is all you need to be a successful trader. No watchlists, no level 2 or 3, no news, no volume, no bookviewer. Gmail mail me for info.
Expose yourself to quality setups and you can make money in any market. Be early to locate relative strength, then exit when things get heated. Shorts are also okay. Find weak stocks and position yourself for continuation.
The JXM Database offers a non biased tool that is used to uncover stocks for superior future returns. The database is set up to rank the stocks against each other and the market with the final top ranks representing the best purchase opportunities
I am 35 year old trader using TC2000 custom scans, technical analysis, and some fundamental data (namely earnings) to find fast-moving stocks to go long or short. Please check out my website www.chartswingtrader.com